Category Archives: alternative energy

Greetings, well met, hey how are ya?

It’s been a while since I’ve uttered those words. That was my opening on most of my YouTube vlogs. But, I’ve not been to the tube to vlog for (as the kids say) a minute.

Let’s see, what’s been happening? Still looking for gainful employment, but in the meantime, I’ve placed an advert for my new business venture.

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Just placed a new advert. The first, well the services those people wanted were services that I just don’t do, at least not for such inexpensive prices . LOL

Oh, here’s piece I worked on in an afternoon.

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I just want to put this one to bed. I’ve been working on it for too long.

a pui tardi.

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To “pin” or not to “pin?”

Well now, there seems to be this big brouhaha about Pinterest pins violating copy write laws and of course that started me to think about the other social networks to which, we post. (I think that should be on which we post.)

🙂

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G+ to WP

I thought that I would be able to C&P my G+ post, but alas…..NO

Some earth shattering news…. Today, I received my first “blue screen error.

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This photo reminds me of the Star Trek epi “Let that be your Last Battlefield.” www.startrek.com/database_article/let-that-be-your-last-battlefield

I’ve lost my train of thought. That’s the “problem” with drafts. I draft it “because something more ‘important’ came up, and then I lose the momentum.

Laters!

Number Two…

Ok, something to lighten the mood…

When deciding what category to place a blog, I’ve discovered that I have an extensive list. So, this blog is actually the category links. That might prove interesting. Tell me what you think.

STOP THE PRESSES
I’ve just listed A and B ….I’m going to string you along….tease ya a bit!

Ciao ciao!

😜😃😄😊

From the "green glossary"

Ethanol: An alternative fuel made from corn in the US and sugarcane in Brazil. Ethanol is somewhat contreversial when its net effect on the environment is taken into account, as a lot of energy is required to fertilize, grow, harvest and process its components, with CO2 emissions associated in every step.